Your dreams and memories and thoughts, of which you are often conscious, are mental facts, and the process by which you become aware
of them SEEMS to be different from sensation.
Although she knew well that I was aware
of a certain circumstance in her life of something which might one day cause her trouble, she would speak to me about her affairs (whenever she had need of me for a given end) as though I were a slave or a passing acquaintance--yet tell them me only in so far as one would need to know them if one were going to be made temporary use of.
Isabella could not be aware
of the pain she was inflicting; but it was a degree of wilful thoughtlessness which Catherine could not but resent.
The Author is quite aware
of the defects of this little story, many of which were unavoidable, as it first appeared serially.
I am aware
that there has been sometimes, in some points, a misplaced distinction; but I think too well of you, Fanny, to suppose you will ever harbour resentment on that account.
General Epanchin had judged it better to say nothing about it, though, of course, she was well aware
of the fact.
But whatever it was, he was good to see, and she was irritably aware
of a desire to look at him again and again.
It was a pitiful surrender to agitation, but my being aware
of this had somehow no power to restore me.
That is, subconsciously, he was aware
that not alone his own food, but the food of all on board found its source in the man and woman.
He was well aware
of the motive of this antipathy, the origin of this solitary enmity, the cause of its personality and old standing, and in what rivalry of self-love it had its rise.
He was very well aware
that he ran no risk of being ridiculous in the eyes of Betsy or any other fashionable people.
"But, Monsieur Louvieres, are you aware
that it is simply civil war you are proposing to me?"